Everybody went so crazy after Glamour put a plus-size model on page 194 of their September issue that the magazine is doing a whole spread of naked plus-size models for their November issue.

On the one hand, we're excited to see curvy ladies (including the super-hot Kate Dillon, pictured) in a women's magazine. But, well, why do they have to be naked?

They're models, so in theory, it's their job to sell clothes. Are they posing in their birthday suits because designers are terrified that people might realize their couture clothes are only made for people who practically exist in the second dimension?

Instead of giving us a special spread of nude models, why not use these regular-size ladies for your fashion spreads, too? We'd love somebody to give us an idea of what the clothes in those magazines would actually look like on us.